Webinars, Podcasts & Videos

Visit the All Things Celiac page to:

  • Register for the March 25th webinar, Get the Facts on COVID-19 Vaccines and Celiac Disease
  • View past webinars including:
    • More Than Celiac Disease: Managing Multiple Autoimmune Conditions
    • A New Perspective: The Psychology of Dealing with a Chronic Disease
    • How Good Nutrition Feeds Our Bodies and Minds
    • Cooking GF with Demonstrations and Holiday Inspirations
    • From the Experts: Latest Guidance on COVID-19 and Celiac Disease
  • Save the Date for upcoming webinars

The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center hosted Family Education Day in February. You may view the recordings from Session 1 here. This session features:

Intro & Welcome - Peggy Hasenauer

Update on Gluten Related Disorders - Dr. Ritu Verma, MD 

Diagnostics and Celiac Disease - Dr. Hilary Jericho

Practical Application of the New National Recommendations to Support Your Child with Celiac at School - Vanessa Weisbrod


View the recording from Session 2 here. This session features:

Development of Medications for Celiac Disease - Dr. Francisco Leon, MD

Nutrition, The Gluten Free Marketplace & Labeling laws - Macy Mears, RD and Lori Welstead, RD

10 Lessons Learnt - Priyanka V. Chugh, MD, MS

Panel Discussion Moderator- Peggy Hasenauer, RN, MS



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February was American Heart Month, and the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment shared this video about how to keep your heart healthy when living with CD or any gluten-related disorder.


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The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is hosting the Accelerating Celiac Disease Research Workshop on March 18-19. Click here to learn more and register.  
The International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders is hosting a virtual advocacy event March 21-26. Click here to learn more and register. 
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The Canadian Celiac Association is hosting a series of webinars. On March 13th, learn about Getting Started on the GF Diet. On March 23rd, the topic is Overview on Nutrition for People Living with Celiac Disease Long Term. Pre-registration is required.